By Mike Pegg, Google I/O Team
As we set out to plan Google I/O this year we looked for new ways of letting people experience the event online. I/O Live will give you the chance to watch two full days of sessions live online from the Android and Chrome keynotes, product tracks and even performances from our After Hours party.
As you’re watching online, we will also be giving you the chance to ask our product teams questions in real-time. For all of our livestreamed and Fireside Chat sessions we’re inviting you to post questions on Google Moderator. Our teams will answer them during the live Q&A portion of the sessions. Please follow the links below to start posting and voting up questions you want to be asked.
- Honeycomb Highlights
- Android Protips: Advanced Topics for Expert Android App Developers
- Don’t just build a mobile app. Build a business
- Fireside Chat with the Android Team
- How to NFC
- Android Market for Developers
- Designing and Implementing Android UIs for Phones and Tablets
- Building Android Apps for Google TV
- Android Development Tools
- Taking Android to Work
- WebGL Techniques and Performance
- Chrome Web Store Publisher Panel
- Super Browser 2 Turbo HD Remix: Introduction to HTML5 Game Development
- HTML5 Today with Google Chrome Frame
- Web Fonts are changing the Web. Learn why.
- HTML5 Showcase for Web Developers: The Wow and the How
- Mobile Web Development: From Zero to Hero
- HTML5 & What's Next
- Fireside Chat with the Chrome Team
Fireside Chat Sessions:
(not live streamed, recording posted by 5/13)
- Fireside Chat with the Geo Team
- Fireside Chat with the App Engine Team
- Fireside Chat with the GWT and Cloud Tooling Team
Mike has spoken at and helped to organize every Google I/O and Developer Day event since 2006. His username is mpegg, while his brother John holds down jpegg.
Posted by Scott Knaster, Editor
HTML5 question: Is new Google Panda algorithm set up to be looking (and liking) HTML5 compared to just standard html?ReplyDelete
VUPEN has just pwned Google Chrome :(ReplyDelete
Was the vulnerability something known but wasn't patched yet? Or is it something new that we should thank VUPEN for.
Was just about to ask about VUPEN pwnership of Chrome and future plans on investigating/patching the vulnerability, but ddominator beat me to it. So, is it going to be discussed with VUPEN and addressed?ReplyDelete
Geo Question : When will google announce the Places API.ReplyDelete
Will google release Places API at Google I/O 2011.
And when the Places API key is available to the developers.
Android question: What's the next update for (phones or tablets) and when is it coming out, any word on the new features?ReplyDelete
When is the Samsung Galaxy S2 coming out in Canada?ReplyDelete
social network: how about a social network with all the features needed? hundreds of millions are waiting for it.ReplyDelete
The live stream is not working for me -- YouTube simply says the clip is not available. I'm in Sweden if it makes a difference. Very frustrating. :( Any ideas?ReplyDelete
You have mentioned icecream, unifying the OS. What exactly is "unifying" by definition mean in this regard to the end users. Are you implying that 1 OS will run on all current versions of Android? ie; will all current handhelds (past/present) be running one version of Android? Is this already documented? If so, can you give a link to this information. - Thanks.ReplyDelete
@RobertB: Sorry about the issue in Sweden. It should be fixed now. And videos will be posted for anything you missed.ReplyDelete
Note link in android appear contain nothingReplyDelete